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Fried Taro Roots + Potatoes | (Vegan+ Gluten-Free) | Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi

by Pradeep Mamgain
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Fried Taro Roots is a popular dry side dish made with boiled taro roots (colocasia) and potatoes. It pairs well with chapati and even rice. It tastes awesome if cooked perfectly. Arbi can be made dry, fried, and in yogurt gravy.

Fried Taro Roots + Potatoes | (Vegan+ Gluten-Free) | Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi

Taro root is known as Arbi in Hindi. This Arbi Ki Sabzi recipe I am sharing with you today is delicious, easy to make, and pairs well with phulka/chapati and even mild pulaos/rice (jeera-rice as well as the plain rice). You can make this recipe anytime, whether it is for children’s tiffin box or for lunch, you can make it within minutes.

What You Will Need To Make Fried Taro Roots

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  • ground spices (cumin, turmeric, coriander, and kashmiri red chili)
  • salt, sugar, and mustard oil
  • and for the veggies:
    • taro roots, potato, tomato, garlic, and green chili

Nutrition

This nutritional information is approximate and is calculated using an online nutrition tool. It is based on 1 serving.

Calories → 112 kcal | Carbohydrates → 20 g | Protein → 2 g | Fat → 4 g | Saturated Fat → 1 g | Sodium → 891 mg | Potassium → 594 mg | Fiber → 3 g | Sugar → 5 g | Vitamin A → 671 µg | Vitamin B6 → 1 mg | Vitamin C → 13 mg | Vitamin E → 2 mg | Vitamin K → 4 µg | Calcium → 44 mg | Copper → 1 mg | Iron → 2 mg | Magnesium → 30 mg | Phosphorus → 66 mg | Zinc → 1 mg

How To Make Fried Taro Roots

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  1. Boil potatoes, taro roots, and then set aside. Next, marinate them with salt and turmeric.
  2. Saute garlic and spices with mustard oil. Next, add potatoes and taro roots.
  3. Sprinkle garam masala and cumin seeds powder.
Fried Taro Roots + Potatoes | (Vegan+ Gluten-Free) | Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi

A Few Final Thoughts

  • Serving: Serve it hot with paranthas, chapati, or as a side with dal-chawal or pulaos.
  • Caution: Taro roots when boiled becomes slightly slimy. You can apply some lemon juice on the knife to reduce sliminess.

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Fried Taro Roots + Potatoes | (Vegan+ Gluten-Free) | Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi
Fried Taro Roots + Potatoes | (Vegan+ Gluten-Free) | Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi

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Fried Taro Roots + Potatoes | ( Spicy + Dry + Yum) | Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi

Fried Taro Roots is a popular dry side dish made with taro roots (colocasia). This Sukhi Arbi Ki Sabzi recipe I am sharing with you today is delicious and pairs well with phulka/chapati and even mild pulaos/rice (jeera-rice as well as the plain rice).
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Course: Vegetables (Dry)
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: arabi aloo ki sabzi, arbi masala, taro roots fry
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories: 112kcal
Author: Pradeep Mamgain

SERVINGS

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Note: 1 cup = 250 ml | 1 tbsp = 15 ml | and 1 tsp | 5 ml

Ingredients

  • 12 grams mustard oil
  • 15 grams garliccrushed
  • 2 grams ground kashmiri red chili
  • 125 grams tomato paste
  • 6.5 grams salt
  • 4.5 grams sugar
  • 250 grams potatoboiled
  • 150 grams taro rootsboiled
  • 6 grams green chilislit
  • 3 grams ground coriander
  • 2 grams ground cumin seeds (roasted)
  • 2 grams ground turmeric

Instructions

  • Boil potatoes and taro roots. Next, cut in small pieces. Now, coat them with about ¼ tsp of salt and ¼ tsp of turmeric powder. Set aside and rest for 10 mins.
  • In a pan, heat mustard oil on medium heat. Add garlic and saute for about 2 minutes or until the raw aroma of garlic disappears.
  • Add green chilies, kashmiri red chili, coriander, blended tomatoes, turmeric, salt, and sugar. Mix well to incorporate all spices and stir on medium heat until oil separates from the mixture.
  • Add potatoes and taro roots and mix well with the spices. Now, add about 2 tbsp of warm water and then cover and cook for 2 minutes on high flame.
  • Add garam masala and cumin seed powder. Now, cover and cook for 1 minute on low heat.

NOTES

  • Serving: Serve it hot paranthas, chapati, or as a side with dal-chawal or pulaos.
  • Caution: Taro roots when boiled becomes slightly slimy. You can apply some lemon juice on the knife to reduce sliminess.

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Nutrition

Calories → 112 kcal | Carbohydrates → 20 g | Protein → 2 g | Fat → 4 g | Saturated Fat → 1 g | Sodium → 891 mg | Potassium → 594 mg | Fiber → 3 g | Sugar → 5 g | Vitamin A → 671 µg | Vitamin B6 → 1 mg | Vitamin C → 13 mg | Vitamin E → 2 mg | Vitamin K → 4 µg | Calcium → 44 mg | Copper → 1 mg | Iron → 2 mg | Magnesium → 30 mg | Phosphorus → 66 mg | Zinc → 1 mg

This nutritional information is approximate and is calculated using an online nutrition tool. It is based on 1 serving.

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